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1. Aufsatz in Sammelwerk (SW)
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Freedom, Justice and Sustainability:
Do We Really Know What We Are Doing?
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Eugene, Or.
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... Max Horkheimer and Theodor W. Adorno have defined the state of human liberation as such: freedom from oppression within oneself, freedom from oppression through other people, absence of exploitation of nature (1986: 61). You could also describe this as a situation where there are no hierarchies between people, where there is no abuse of power, or indeed no power structures that allow such an abuse. In such a world there would be no exploitation of nature or other species or other people elsewhere in the world or future generations to facilitate your life-style. In other words, there is no way that this life-style would be beyond what a just global distribution of ecological footprints would allow. But Horkheimer and Adorno′s vision importantly also focuses on the world within: in this vision there is also no oppression from within: no belief systems or traditions or social structures or peer or family pressure to force us into an acceptance of subjugation which undermines self-determination, free will, freedom from fear and the true development of our human potential. To me this is the vision of a truly human society which in my understanding is also the vision of the eco-justice movement. It is a vision with a long history of millions of people fighting for it since many decades, even hundreds and thousands of years (see for example Zinn 1996). It is the vision of becoming truly human, without the shackles of slavery, religion, wealth, aristocracy, economic exploitation, capitalism, communism, nationalism, patriarchy, sexism, ... It is, in short, the vision of the enlightenment which Immanuel Kant has so aptly captured in the following words in 1784 ... (Orig.)
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